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Julia-Anna Searson

Julia-Anna is a Riverhead native and a recent graduate of Stony Brook University, with a degree in Biology and minor in Anthropology. She currently lives in Cutchogue.

Riverhead Community Blood Drive set for Dec. 3

Give the best gift this holiday season, give the gift of life by donating blood at the Riverhead Firehouse’s Blood Drive on...

North Fork Chocolate Company, losing its lease, launches Kickstarter campaign in hopes of buying its building

North Fork Chocolate Company is in danger of losing their store in Aquebogue. They have until Dec. 31 to get $1.25 million to buy their building.

PSEG warns residents about scammers posing as bill collectors

PSEG Long Island participated in Utility Scam Awareness Day. This day is part of a national campaign that spreads awareness and education about potential scams.

Riverhead business owner to give away 100 turkeys with trimmings Saturday

LIR Clothing owner Anthony Harris will give away 100 turkeys with baskets of sides on Saturday at Tyre Lodge on Flanders Road.

Residents in need of heating assistance can apply to HEAP now

Renters and homeowners who need assistance keeping their homes warm this winter can apply for help to the Home Energy Assistance Program, known as HEAP.

Holiday drive-through light show returns to Calverton’s Long Island Sports Park with new displays

The Riverhead Holiday Light Show is back at the Long Island Sports Park in Calverton, featuring new displays and additions to expand on last year’s event, including a Santa’s Village at the Hotel Indigo.

Riverhead schools face a looming teacher shortage, and they’re holding an event to encourage new educators

With teacher shortages on the horizon, Riverhead Central School District is hosting a Take a Look at Teaching summit at the end of this month.